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Larry Young


Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.00 | 4 ratings

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4 stars I do not know a musician reformative like this so much in the organist of limited Jazz. The fact that always calls the reformation in music without being captured to the item of Jazz by him is guessed that there are people who evaluate it high also in the world. The nickname that is called, Larry is "John Coltrane that plays the organ" for Japan where I live has infiltrated. However, I do not know whether the nickname passes in the world. It might be difficult to find the fact to which he performs by the style of his music like Coltrane according to the album. He might not neglect [**ne] [wo] and the posture that keeps always being reformed be common with Coltrane. Therefore, puzzled is also true to his reformation and creation in the fan the admission of possession Larry of the fact. However, it might have been his belief that he always continued a reformative performance for the performance. The music that he had performed in the 1960's always had the groove. It might have been natural for him to perform it with "Lifetime" and other musicians.

This album is an album announced before two years his deaths and the last album of fact [kare]. His music character is consistently unfolded as for this album including very funky "Moonwalk" in the age. He arrived at this music character by his posture. There might be some reformative parts if it sees the flow of his music.

Kazuhiro | 4/5 |


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